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A blitz ended in blood. E 'of the two victims of the operation budget of the Palestinian police, who is now surrounded a
house in the refugee camp of Nuseirat. Within the group of Salafi militants responsible for killing the volunteer Italian Vittorio Arrigoni last week. Three men were arrested, two were killed - one committed suicide to avoid arrest - and many had already handed over to Hamas police.
Among these, the homeowner. The evening of the discovery of the body of Arrigoni had been arrested two other militants, who had led police to the hideout where the volunteer was held prisoner. "Let the guilty pay, but respect for the dignity of human life," said Beretta Egidia, mother of Vittorio Arrigoni.
The siege lasted hours and the police of Hamas seems to have tried everything to convince the Salafist extremists to surrender. After a shootout in which some agents were wounded, the families of the men barricaded themselves have tried to enter the nest, but were welcomed by the bullets of their own relatives.
Another attempt was made by Abdel-Walid al-Maqdisi, the Salafi faction leader arrested by Hamas less than two months ago. The militiamen had negotiated with the life of your Arrigoni his release, did not respect their own and killing the Italian ultimatum before the deadline. Not even the Salafi leader, however, managed to convince the men to surrender to Hamas.
When the military Palestinians were able to raid, one of the men launched a grenade against his own peers, hurting them, then take his own life with a gunshot. It is the principal investigator, the Jordanian Abu Abdel Rahman Bereitz, considered the mind of the kidnapping and death of Arrigoni.
One of his companions died later from his injuries. "Abdul Rahman studied engineering at a local university," says the father of the Jordanian terrorist, "but has decided to change his course of studies and deepen the Islamic sharia. I think it is not responsible for the murder. " "I do not know if I hid the truth about his affiliation," added the mother of Bereitz.
And from another mother, that of Arrigoni, also comes a prayer at the head of Hamas. "I know that the death penalty in Gaza," said Beretta Egidia, "But I am against it as well as Victor was." For the Italian mother who died in Gaza, where the tragedy of his son does not serve to bring the "fruits of peace and hope" would be betraying the very Arrigoni motto: "We remain human."
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